2pm-3.30pm – OPENING KEYNOTE
Chair: John Donlon QPM FSI

Regional Minister, Lombardia Regional Government*

Vice-Admiral Carlo Massagli, Italian Critical Infrastructures Secretariat – Presidency of the Council of Ministers

Roberto Baldoni, Deputy Director of the Department for Security Information (DIS), Italian Cybersecurity Agency

Vittorio Rosato, Head Laboratory of analysis and protection of critical infrastructure, ENEA, Italy

3.30pm-4pm – Networking Coffee Break

4.00pm-5.30pm – Plenary Session – Resilience Strategies in CI
The ability to adapt to changing conditions and prepare for the unexpected will help us more rapidly recover from disruption. Resilience against changing threats, whether cyber or physical, is essential for CI to ensure mitigating economic impacts of disruption. What are the latest ideas and plans in developing resilience strategies? How can we best identify and manage risk and how do we best apply system-thinking to strengthen critical infrastructure resilience?
Chair: John Donlon

Latest Strategies of the Operator Security Plan
Alessandro Lazari, Regional Director for Mediterranean, International Association of CIP Professionals & Manager, KPMG Advisory, Italy

Minding the gaps – Critical Infrastructure Protection Diplomacy as a necessity in a globalized world
Victor Vevera, Senior Researcher II, Technical Director and member of the Scientific Council of the National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics ICI, Romania

Vittorio Rosato, Head Laboratory of analysis and protection of critical infrastructure, ENEA

Redefining Risk and the Imperative for Critical Infrastructure Resilience
Jeff Gaynor, President, American Resilience

Natural Hazard Impacts on CI
Serkan Girgin, Ph.D., European Commission Joint Research Centre